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they prey on our children, spending billions. addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56.
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>> in a policy speech, clinton will propose the customers be allowed to sue banks when they have been wronged. the agreement between wells fargo and customers who said anyone who had an account opened without their knowledge must enter into arbitration instead of suing. forced arbitration closes the door to appeals and doesn't allow for a full jury trial. donald trump did not comment on a report that he may have not paid federal income tax for nearly 20 years. he spoke before a veterans group
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this virginia. the new york times published the story saying he reported a $916 million loss in 1995. that would make it possible for him to not pay taxes for 18 years. also in the campaign trail, the vice presidential candidates are gearing up for their first and only debate happening tomorrow night. republican governor mike pence and democratic senator tim kaine will square off at longwood university in virginia. coverage starts at 6:00 p.m. that's followed by dancing with the stars at 8:00 p.m. and abc 7 news at 9:00. all of that followed by abc 7 news at 11:00. paris police are pledging to do everything possible to find the robbers who held kim kardashian at gun point in her exclusive apartment and got away with millions of dollars in jewelry. we have the latest on the investigation. >> right now kim kardashian west is back in the states.
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her husband picked her up a short time ago at a corporate airport in new jersey. they headed back to their new york apartment flanked by an army of security guards and a 15 car motorcade. >> robbed at gun point, the thst building where police are combing through. a source told abc news the reality tv megastar was tied up and locked in her bathroom. the thieves stealing $10 million worth of jewelry. kardashian west was in paris for fashion week. her husband dropped a show mid performance when he heard the news. >> i'm sorry. family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> whoa. >> one of the jewelry pieces stolen was reportedly kim's $4.5 million engagement ring she received in 2013 at at&t mark. the mask intruders threatened
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tto get in. sister kendall was spotted leaving with police protection. hours later kim seen leaving paris altogether. here is new video of her black suv fleet leaving the posh residence and a picture of kim boarding a plane back to the u.s. family members have started arriving at the couple's new york apartment. one thing is clear the family has been silent today on social media. odd for one of the most exposed families in the world. in the studio i'm jessica castro, abc 7 news. october is breast cancer awareness month. coming up next, expert advice what every woman can do right now to cut their risk. there's more wet weather to come. abc 7 news meteorologist will sh
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october the breast cancer awareness month and experts want to raise your awareness. she stopped by good morning america to talk about the importance of getting a mammogram and what every woman can do right now to reduce their risk. >> this is my advice. you begin annual mammographs for normal risk women and age 40. >> a few things you can take. >> three cups after green tea. >> she says there are less
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drastic treatment options available thanks to medical advances now. thought we start with a look at walnut creek. we have one of our better radar returns. we take the camera we'll see a little haze out there. you can see it's moving right down danville boulevard. 680 and heading into alamo and right near spring brook road. we're seeing another darker green cell as it looks like contra costa county has the best radar return. you can see there's still a bit of moisture upstream. the key is a little bit behind that. this is where the drier air is coming this during the evening hours and taking away the shower threat even though there's a bit of a drizzle possibility. here is a look at san jose. that's going to be the case more than likely once this event plays out. string sprinkles to light
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showers today becoming patchy drizzle tonight. storm impacts, we're still going to use it for this. most cities will see under. the breezes will be light for your very ride or driving across in a high profile vehicle. most of the energy has moved away. there's lingering moisture out there. you can see during the morning hours we had the chance of showers and continues during the afternoon hours from 4:00 until 7:00. you can see a bit of a tapering. once the sunsets we'll start to see this change over. we don't completely wipe out all the moisture. there will be lingering moisture down around 3 to 4,000 feet. that's why we could have patchy fog and drizzle. look at the rainfall totals. we don't get much more than that what we've already received. san jose, goose egg.
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livermore maybe a hundred. turn our attention to matthew. it's increased. it's gotten faster. the winds are up to 140 miles an hour. this is haiti. it's going to slam it because it's on the northeast corner of the storm. that's strongest part. the highest surge and it will have the heaviest rain. two feet of rain possible. by the time we get to weekend t going to start threatening the carolinas. if you have plans to which he had that way, check out. we'll see inkriesing sunshine tomorrow and temperatures in the 60s and 70s. we'll have 60s across the board at the coast. notice some 70s start show up and even some 80s inland. that will be the case to saturday. wish i could bring you more rain. just not going to happen with this storm. >> we'll take what we can get. thanks. they say practice makes perfect but when it comes to
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skydiving, anything can happen. >> the host of our viral video show are here to explain. >> kahe's had about 8,000 jumpsn the last 15 years. >> her latest jump gives her the biggest fright of her life. you can see kate falling backwards while wearing a camera to shoot tandem jumpers right above her as she pulls her parachute the lines get twisted and she starts spinning out of control. she reaches for the cut away handle to release the failed parachute and deploy her back up canopy. the problem is the cut away handle is jammed and she's getting daget ing dangerously close to ground. >> to find out what happens you'll have to watch later today. >> i assume she survives. i'm going to go ahead with that one. >> we hope so. >> right this minute airs today right here on abc 7. driving alone may soon be a thing of the past in japan.
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>> toyota unveils a tiny, talking robot. it's only meant to keep you company. we'll show you what it can do and say, next.
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if you're going to scoop up a massive pile of ocean trash, it helps to lay eyes on it first. the great mapping project on abc 7 news at 5:00. i'm curious what you think about this. toyota is showing off its latest robotic creation. >> it's a tinny, talking robot that can sense how you're feeling. >> bye bye. >> it's cute. >> yeah. >> very cute. it's supposedly has the int intelligence of a 5-year-old. it's designed to combine companionship. >> if you're feeling down, for example, the robot will look up and say why are you sad? it can also detect when you're happy. pre-order starts in japan later this year. it costs 400 bucks. we don't know if it will be sold in other countries. >> for $400, i'll be your friend. i'll take a ride with you. i'm game.
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>> from all of us here, thank you so much for joining us. who wants to be a millionaire is next. >> i'll do it for 300. the news continues online at abc7news.com and on our abc 7 news app. our next newscast is 4:00 p.m. >> how about $100. >> i'm not that cheap.
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>> today on our show, our contestants will be playing for the kind of money that can change their lives in an instant. and we're about to find out if one of them can make it happen. from bally's las vegas, let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, and welcome to the show. you guys ready to play "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] come on! as a standardized test coach, our first contestant has received a perfect score on the sat more than once. he's planning on using all of his own test-taking tips to bring him to the $1 million today. from henderson, nevada, please welcome mike obstgarten. [cheers and applause] hey, mike. >> hey, chris. >> welcome.

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